Sounds like you know what you want to do.
By part-time, do you mean less than 20 hours? I believe that a ABA requirement to take the Bar in any state is that you must not work more than 20 hours while in school.
Quote from: AMSOL2008 on June 08, 2005, 04:13:45 PMBy part-time, do you mean less than 20 hours? I believe that a ABA requirement to take the Bar in any state is that you must not work more than 20 hours while in school. Something like that, assuming I'm able to work any hours and still do right by my studies, which is far from a sure thing. I don't want to burn any bridges with my new employer.I talked to Ave Maria today, and was told I can defer until 2006, and that's what I'm going to do. I'll mail in a seat deposit sometime early next week. That will give me a year to get out of debt, pay off my car, and save for my first year's books and living expenses. Not to mention getting mentally and psychologically prepared for the whole experience.So, my mind is made up. I'm AMSOL2009.
Wait, Ave Maria will accept you without a bachelors degree? That's really cool! I think you've made the right choice. Two more years of undergrad sounds miserable if you are already set on what you are want to do. Besides, you can always transfer if you don't like Ave Maria. Good luck!